Today's Family Medicine News Highlights

June 30, 2016

See mention of OCFP in CNW

Globe and Mail

Yukon raises fetal alcohol syndrome awareness through dispensers
Studies look at prevention guidelines and lowering cancer risk

National Post

The balance between sun safety and health benefits of sun exposure

Global News

Doctors Nova Scotia confirms passing of new physician contracts
MUHC denies doctor-assisted death to patients in palliative care, inconsistent with law

CBC News

Zika evidence may not be visible until later in infancy

Toronto Star

OMA and independent physicians challenge decision to make top salaries public

Healthy Debate

Repairing fractured hips sooner can extend lifespans in seniors

The Winnipeg Free Press

Coalition of health professionals advocate for OHIP coverage for all residents


OCFP and OTN team up to support patient care needs of family physicians

La Presse

Le virus Zika inquiète le Québec
Le CUSM adopte une position puérile quant à l’aide à mourir selon Barrette

Le Devoir

Trêve de prévention au Québec
Gaétan Barrette pousse le CUSM à respecter la loi

Le Journal de Montréal

Propagation de bactéries multirésistantes dans les hôpitaux du Québec

ICI Radio-Canada

Fentanyl : antidote gratuit en Ontario
Effets néfastes de la technologie chez les jeunes

Copyright © 1996-2016 The College of Family Physicians of Canada